Art & Entertainment

Local artist makes a bold statement

RIVERTON artist Christopher Flavell’s striking 1600mm by 1200mm acrylic on board artwork made the judges’ decision easy in this year’s ILT Art Awards. He was...

Tour to introduce new violinist

MONIQUE Lapins has had a ‘‘whirlwind’’ start to her new job, but it’s been a dream come true. The Australian violinist joined the New Zealand...

Thoughtful exchange

Southland Girls’ High School’s Femme Choir performs Cricket’s Storm, by Invercargill composer Sally Bodkin-Allen, at Peacehaven Village on Saturday during a variety concert. (Right)...

Success on stage

Southland/Otago heats for The Bear. The short play by Anton Chekhov is about a widow who encounters her late husband’s creditor and was performed...

Passion for music rewarded

INVERCARGILL-based children’s musician and animator Peter Weatherall has been nominated for best album at this year’s Children’s Music Awards. His latest release Lollipop Man features...

Exhibitions set the scene

CONTEMPORARY painter Jasmine Middlebrook is an artist of many faces. Portraiture features widely in her work, which is now on show at Invercargill’s City Gallery...

Music show heaven sent

SOME of the world’s great entertainers may no longer be with us, however their music will live on at The Cabaret Club’s next show,...

Epic programme for concert

BRITISH clarinettist Julian Bliss will combine his talents with the NZTrio at the Civic Theatre on Tuesday. The programme includes Brahms, Messiaen and a new...

The other side of the story

AN historical play touring the country this month is taking Kiwi knowledge of the 1953 Everest expedition to new heights. Written by Gareth Davies and...

Singer’s special tour

SINGER Rebecca Nelson performed some favourite songs from yesteryear at a special concert in Invercargill recently. She was in the city as part of a...
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